- You can read the full post -- with all the responses -- here.
- — sara meza (@misssarameza)Mon, Oct 14 2013 03:36:53
- — Lee Fleming (@leeafleming)Fri, Oct 11 2013 14:34:22Advice for PBL @Larryferlazzo: Do the project yourself first to check what students will need to guide your scaffolding and assessment.
- — Drew Schrader (@edutwitt)Fri, Oct 11 2013 19:27:45@Larryferlazzo Advice for PBL? Give a prob that matters. Let 'em go til they're stuck. Help 'em out. Let 'em go again. Repeat and Reflect
- — Brandy Osterberger (@bosterberger)Fri, Oct 11 2013 01:05:57
- — rebecca fabiano (@rebeccafabiano)Thu, Oct 10 2013 22:58:49
- — R4 Project Share (@R4ProjectShare)Thu, Oct 10 2013 12:30:27
- — Craig Statucki (@cstatucki)Thu, Oct 10 2013 05:11:46
The Best Advice For Project-Based Learning
Here are a few tweets sent in response to this week's question at my Education Week Teacher blog, which was: "What's your best advice on doing project-based learning?"
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